What to Pack for Iguazu Falls: Cloths, Gadgets, and Accesories

What To Pack for Iguazu Falls

Iguazu Falls is a stunning natural wonder that attracts visitors from all over the world. To ensure that you have the best possible experience, it’s essential to pack the right items for your trip. Here are some useful things to keep in mind when packing for Iguazu Falls:

What to Pack for Iguazu Falls:

  • Comfortable Shoes: You’ll be walking on several trails, so it’s crucial to bring comfortable shoes. Closed-toe athletic or hiking shoes are recommended.
  • Sunscreen: The area around Iguazu Falls is located in the north of Argentina (south of Brazil), and the sun can be intense during the summer. Carry your sunscreen with you to protect your skin.
  • Hat: Don’t forget to pack a hat to protect your head from the sun.
  • Insect Repellant: As a subtropical jungle area, Iguazu Falls has many mosquitoes and insects. Prevent mosquito bites with insect repellent.
  • Clothing: Light clothing or a bathing suit is recommended as you may get wet. Depending on the weather and the season, it’s a good idea to wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants to protect against sunburn and mosquito bites. It’s also a good idea to bring a raincoat or waterproof jacket.
  • Towel and Waterproof Bag: The area around the falls is wet, so don’t forget to pack a towel and a change of clothes. Carry a waterproof bag to protect your camera, lens, passport, and other items from getting wet, especially if you’re taking any of the boat navigations available in the area. Realize that no matter what, you are going to get soaked. And it’s fantastic!
  • Sunglasses: Sunglasses are important to protect your eyes from the sun’s ultraviolet rays during summer.
  • Memory Cards or Memory Hard Drive: Iguazu Falls is a stunning place, and you’ll take hundreds of photos. Bring memory cards or a memory hard drive to store your pictures.
  • Wide Angle Lens and Telephoto Lens: Bring wide-angle lenses for expansive landscape photos and telephoto lenses to take pictures of wildlife, such as parrots, toucans, coaties, monkeys, snakes, and even jaguars.

By packing these items, you’ll have a more comfortable and enjoyable trip to Iguazu Falls.

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Magui Jones

I graduated with a Bachelor degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management in UADE Business University and certification from UNWTO (World Tourism Organization). I have worked in an important hotel company for more than 3 years, and now I am a Travel Designer in a travel agency enterprise. I am a travel lover, and interested in art, culture and languages.

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